The 8 Best Cake Cafes In Singapore

If you have a sweet tooth, you’re going to love visiting the best cake cafes in Singapore! While Singapore may be better known for some of the best coffee in South East Asia, thanks to strong British influence over the years, nobody in the region does cake quite like Singapore!

Here we share with you the eight best cake cafes in Singapore…

The 8 Best Cake Cafes In Singapore

Le Matin Patisserie

Location: 77 Robinson Rd, #01-03, Singapore 068896

Contact: +65 8030 7303

Operating hours: Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 AM to 5 PM

Singaporean Chef Mohamed Al-Matin started Le Matin Patisserie just before the pandemic hit. Before Le Matin, Chef Mohamed trained at Le Cordon Bleu Sydney and worked alongside established patisseries like Adriano Zumbo Patisserie (Adriano Zumbo) and Black Star Pastry (Christopher Thé). He is also an ex-pastry sous chef at the famed three-Michelin-starred Noma restaurant in Copenhagen.

You can try Le Matin’s fine-dining-inspired pastries at 77 Robinson Road or at Porcelain Cafe located at 290 Orchard Road Paragon. Until recently, Le Matin Patisserie at 10 Raeburn Park accepted walk-in customers to sample their offerings right in their kitchen.

Le Matin offers pastries in a box to those who want to sample 5 different pastries (Grand Matin Box). There’s also the much-awaited addition of the Kouign Amann Box (featuring 6 different signature pastries at $45) and the Le Matin Magnifique (a combination of sweet and savoury pastries at $53.50).

With pastries handcrafted by someone as talented as Chef Mohamed Al-Matin, you can be sure you are eating only the best sweets there are in Singapore.

Tigerlily Patisserie

Location: 350 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427598

Contact: +65 8887 0988

Operating hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 AM to 5 PM

Established by Executive Pastry Chef Maxine Ngooi, Tigerlily started as an online bakery. It is inspired by nature’s exquisite beauty and forages the season’s rich produce to curate pastries made with equal parts refined skills and dazzling flavours.

At Tigerlily, you can expect more than sweets. Breakfast & Brunch menu offerings include Monsieur Kim ($15), Ebi-Kani San ($14), 5 Spice Duck Confit ($15), Chorizo & Comté Croissant-Wich ($8) and Eggplant “Unagi” ($12).

Tomato & Artichoke Tart ($7), Asparagus & Leek Tart ($7), Mushroom Bacon Quiche ($8), and Garlic Herb & Cream Cheese Babka ($8) are among the fascinating and creative savoury selections on exhibit.

Sinpopo Brand

Location: 458 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427671

Contact: +65 6345 5034

Operating hours: Daily, from 11 AM to 10 PM

Sinpopo Brand Restaurant is a well-known restaurant-café in Katong that serves a heritage menu with a twist.

Perhaps their bestseller is the Gula Melaka Cake ($38 for 6”, $62 for 8”), an original creation by Sinpopo. 

Pandan Kaya Cake ($48 for 6”, $72 for 8”). This gluten-free cake is produced from glutinous rice flour and is a cross between a pandan chiffon cake and kaya toast.

The cake is coloured with a gorgeous natural blue from Blue Pea flowers, which are commonly used in Peranakan cuisine, and is inspired by the layered dessert kueh salat.

The delectable slow-cooked, slow-stirred pandan kaya spread and fresh coconut cream are sandwiched between the cake layers.

Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie

Location: 47 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169361

Contact: 8772 7730 (WhatsApp)

Operating hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 11 AM to 6 PM and Saturday to Sunday, from 8:30 AM to 5 PM

Nuage, pronounced “nu-age,” is a French word that means “cloud” and represents the founders’ philosophy of being unrestricted in their bakes and pastries.

Unlike its name, Nuage’s interior is more grounded, featuring wooden elements and decked with earthy tones. The place is rectangular and can accommodate 6 dine-in tables.

Their menu is familiar and homely, with classics like croissants, bagels and cakes. Some must-try’s are Pain Au Chocolate ($4.50), Ham & Cheese Croissant ($6.90), Kouign Amann ($5.50), Bacon Onion Cheese Focaccia ($8.90), Pistachio Strawberry ($9.20), Blueberry Cheesecake ($8.50) and Elmo/Cookie Monster Cupcake ($6.50).

You can have their sweets and pastries with a Nespresso cup of  Espresso ($3), Long Black ($3.20), Latte ($3.90) and Mocha ($4.50). Or if you are in the mood for non-caffeinated drinks, check out their signature Iced Matcha ($6), Iced Yuzu Matcha Latte ($6.50), Iced French Chocolate ($6) and Cold Brew Tea ($6) instead.

Edith Patisserie Cake Bar

Location: UBS at 9 Penang Road, #01-06, Singapore 238459

Contact: +65 8860 7329

Operating hours: Wednesday to Monday, from 10 AM to 9 PM

Edith Patisserie Cake Bar is a family-owned bakery that specializes in layered cakes, brownies, and tarts for birthdays, weddings, and other special occasions. Honey Cake, Earl Grey Lavender Cake, Lychee Rose Cale, and Cookie Dough Speculoos Chocolate Cake are among their best-selling products.

Customers will be met by deep forest-green and grey walls, as well as wooden and concrete-like tables, as they enter the cake bar.

Much like its interior, the cake bar offers a fantastic menu of baked goods. Coffee, tea, and juices are also available to complement the varied foods. 

Cookie Dough Speculoos Chocolate ($8), Mango Pomelo ($8), Lychee Rose ($8), and Earl Grey Lavender ($8) are among the bestsellers on their cake shelf. Pastries such as Cinnamon Roll ($2.50), Mini Apple Pie ($2.50), Pain Au Chocolat ($3), and Kimchi Cheese Roll ($2.60) are available in addition to cakes.

The Twisted Trio

Location: 85C Lor 4 Toa Payoh, #01-384, Singapore 313085

Contact: +65 9450 7885

Operating hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 12 PM to 5:30 PM

Looking for a quiet, secluded cafe to spend some time alone with your favourite book and a cup of coffee? The Twisted Trio is a modest cafe that blends in perfectly. The patisserie sells exquisite, freshly baked pastries.

There are many choices here. You’ll be met with a buffet of baked delicacies from the moment you step in, including Zebra Butter Cake ($3.50), fudgy Dark & Milk Choc Brownies ($4), various biscuits, and one-of-a-kind cakes like the Blue Pea Passionfruit ($5.50) and Lychee Rose ($5.50).

The interior of the cake store is organically designed with warm, earthy colours, and the smattering of plants gives the modest cafe some personality. Expect to hear the whirring and humming of baking machinery in the background while you eat your pastries, as the kitchen takes almost half the floor space.

The Better Half

Location: 1 Everton Park, #01-43, Singapore 081001

Contact: 9248 7088

Operating hours: Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM to 4 PM

Like The Twisted Trio, this place has a small homey interior.

All of the baked goods in The Better Half are produced entirely from scratch. Even if you request toast, the bread is prepared in-house rather than purchased from a vendor.

Try their Rose Raspberry Cake ($8), which is a rose sponge cake with raspberry cream cheese. The cake is fluffy and not at all dry. There’s also the Spiced Pumpkin ($7) which is bursting with pumpkin flavour.

For a refresher, check out their Iced Coffee Chai ($7.50) or the Iced Genmaicha Latte ($7.50).

KKI Sweets

Location: 3 Seah Street, #01-01, Singapore 188379

Contact: +65 9799 2668

Operating hours: Wednesday to Saturday, from 12 PM to 7 PM, and Sunday from 11 AM to 5:30 PM

KKI Sweets in its new home at Seah Street offers the same quality of their artistic inventions.

When it comes to KKI Sweets’ menu, its “J” ($13.50) has to be the perennial social media darling thanks to its devious disguise as a potted plant. The lifelike mimicry is the best expression of their keen attention to detail, with texture as lifelike as the ingredients physically allowed.

Some best-sellers are the “FROMAGE” ($13.50), Marronnier ($9.50), Arata ($10.50), Teh ($9.50), and Carrot, Orange & Ginger ($24).

What do you think of the eight best cake cafes in Singapore? Got another to add to our list? Let us know in the comments below!

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Annie Goh

Annie Goh was born and raised in Singapore, and grew up on a steady diet of hawker food, fine dining, and everything in between thanks to her parent's passion for food and adventure. After spending the early part of her career travelling the world, Annie how now come home to share her love of Singapore with the world.

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